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Warsaw, Poland
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Kasia Rokicka is a singer/songwriter. 

 

In her songs Rokicka blends jazz harmonies, the rhythms of world music, memorable melodies and inspiring lyrics. She combines gentle arrangements and warm acoustic timbre with energetic expression and soulful interpretation.

 

Rokicka  is a Berklee College of Music graduate. She performed on Jazz Forum Festival “Ci Na Których Liczymy”, was a finalist of Krokus Jazz Festival in Jelenia Góra as well as a laureate of songwriting contests for her songs "Five For You", "Letting Go" and "Flying In Dreams”. Her songs for children "Dobre Dobranoc" ("Un Sogno Nel Cielo") as well as "Świat Pełen Bajek" were appreciated at the International Children's Dance and Song Festival in Konin as well as at Zecchino D'Oro del Antoniano in Italy. 

 

Recently, Kasia is working on her second album “Songs of Inner Peace” and sings for children in a project titled Strefa Dzieci. 

 

“Subtlety, discreet impressionism, gentle harmonies and elegance of timbre made their concert something extraordinary and unforgettable.”

Jazz Forum

 

“…I feel she fits best in a smooth jazz category; that is in such a genre in which jazz is not always a priority, however in this case banality is also none…”  

Jan Ptaszyn Wróblewski

 
 
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